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SIGCSE TS 2023
Wed 15 - Sat 18 March 2023 Toronto, Canada
VenueParticipant Information
Room name801B
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Program

This program is tentative and subject to change.

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Thu 16 Mar

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10:45 - 12:00
Code Tracing and AssessmentPapers at 801B
10:45
25m
Paper
On Students' Usage of Tracing for Understanding CodeIn-Person
Papers
Mohammed Hassan University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Craig Zilles University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
11:10
25m
Paper
Improving Long Term Performance Using Visualized Scope Tracing: A 10-Year StudyIn-Person
Papers
Ankur Gupta Butler University, Ryan Rybarczyk Butler University
11:35
25m
Paper
Stream Your Exam to the Course Staff: Assessment via Recorded Student Screencasts Tracing their Code SubmissionsIn-Person
Papers
Rachel S. Lim University of California San Diego, Joe Gibbs Politz University of California at San Diego, Mia Minnes UC San Diego
13:45 - 15:00
CS1 Pedagogical Innovations 1Papers at 801B
13:45
25m
Paper
Experiences Teaching Coral Before C++ in CS1In-Person
Papers
Frank Vahid UC Riverside / zyBooks, Kelly Downey UC Riverside, Lizbeth Areizaga University of California, Riverside, Ashley Pang UC Riverside
14:10
25m
Paper
Foundations First: Improving C’s Viability in Introductory Programming Courses with the Debugging C CompilerIn-Person
Papers
Andrew Taylor University of New South Wales, Sydney, Jake Renzella University of New South Wales, Sydney, Alexandra Vassar University of New South Wales, Sydney
14:35
25m
Paper
Putting a Context in Context: Investigating the Context of Pencil Puzzles in Multiple Academic EnvironmentsIn-Person
Papers
Zack Butler Rochester Institute of Technology, Ivona Bezakova Rochester Institute of Technology, Angelina Brilliantova Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
15:45 - 17:00
Detecting Plagiarism and AI Code GenerationPapers at 801B
15:45
25m
Paper
Impact of Several Low-Effort Cheating-Reduction Methods in a CS1 ClassIn-Person
Papers
Frank Vahid UC Riverside / zyBooks, Kelly Downey UC Riverside, Ashley Pang UC Riverside, Chelsea Gordon Zybooks
16:10
25m
Paper
Plagiarism Deterrence in CS1 Through Keystroke DataIn-Person
Papers
Kaden Hart Utah State University, Chad Mano Utah State University, John Edwards Utah State University
16:35
25m
Paper
Programming Is Hard - Or at Least It Used to Be: Educational Opportunities And Challenges of AI Code GenerationIn-Person
Papers
Brett Becker University College Dublin, James Prather Abilene Christian University, Paul Denny The University of Auckland, Andrew Luxton-Reilly The University of Auckland, James Finnie-Ansley The University of Auckland, Eddie Antonio Santos University College Dublin
17:30 - 18:20
17:30
50m
Meeting
Competition and Gaming in a Computer Science CurriculumIn-Person
Birds of a Feather
James Lembke Milwaukee School of Engineering
18:30 - 19:20
18:30
50m
Meeting
Finding Neurodivergent Community in Computing EducationIn-Person
Birds of a Feather
Mara Kirdani-Ryan University of Washington

Fri 17 Mar

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13:45 - 15:00
Sharing Ideas and Resources in CS EducationPapers at 801B
13:45
25m
Paper
Community-driven Course and Tool Development for CS1In-Person
Papers
Boyd Anderson National University of Singapore, Martin Henz National University of Singapore, Kok-Lim Low National University of Singapore
14:10
25m
Paper
How Do I Get People to Use My Ideas? Lessons from Successful Innovators in CS EducationIn-Person
Papers
Christopher Lynnly Hovey University of Colorado Boulder, David Bunde Knox College, Zack Butler Rochester Institute of Technology, Cynthia Taylor Oberlin College
14:35
25m
Paper
Inter-institutional Resource Sharing in Undergraduate HPC Education : Interviews with University AdministratorsIn-Person
Papers
Abhimanyu Ghosh University of Wisconsin-Stout, William Kunkel University of Wisconsin-Madison, Sudeep Bhattacharyya University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Ying Ma University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Rahul Gomes University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Molly Mohr University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Isabella Doss University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Jordan Hebert University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Anthony Varghese University of Wisconsin-River Falls
15:45 - 17:00
SRC Finals - Graduate StudentsACM Student Research Competition at 801B

Sat 18 Mar

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08:30 - 09:45
Quantum Computing Curriculum and CoursesPapers at 801B
08:30
25m
Paper
Qupcakery: A Puzzle Game that Introduces Quantum Gates to Young LearnersIn-Person
Papers
Tianle Liu University of Chicago, David Gonzalez-Maldonado University of Chicago, Danielle Harlow University of California at Santa Barbara, Emily Edwards University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Diana Franklin University of Chicago
08:55
25m
Paper
On the Design and Implementation of a Quantum Architectures Knowledge Unit for the CS Undergraduate CurriculumIn-Person
Papers
Dan-Adrian German Indiana University Bloomington, Marcelo Pias Federal University of Rio Grande, Qiao Zhang Xiamen University
09:20
25m
Paper
Introduction to Quantum Computing for Everyone: Experience ReportIn-Person
Papers
Jonathan Liu University of Chicago, Diana Franklin University of Chicago

Wed 15 Mar

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Room8:00309:003010:003011:003012:003013:003014:003015:003016:0030
801B

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Fri 17 Mar

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Sat 18 Mar

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